Live the life you love. Love the life you live. These two statements look very similar but do they hold the same meaning? These two statements have been going through my mind a lot over this past week as my family and I mourned the loss, and celebrated the life, of my uncle.…Read More about Live The Life You Love. Love The Life You Live.
In Part I of this II part series, we met Sarah, a Millennial who realized the importance of Personal Insurance. Personal insurance is unlike any other form of insurance! It is not something you can get through your credit union or an insurance agent. Personal insurance is an investment you make in yourself to protect your future! Now…Read More about (Part II) Develop Personal Insurance by Investing in Yourself: Millennials share their stories.
When the calls started coming in that Dad just “wasn’t right” and Mom didn’t know what to do, I knew I had to start making plans for an extended visit to Georgia. Little did I know, it would turn into a permanent move to care for my parents. When I got there a few weeks…Read More about Moving UP: The Role of The Family Caregiver
The greatest companies to trust are the ones that have a unifying core belief. The people who work in these companies wake up in the morning with an unsaid mission that drives them forward and brings them closer to their true purpose. That is exactly why PFP | The Family Security Plan® team is special. …Read More about We Believe In . . . From The FSP Community!
Life of a college student: sleep, eat, class, maybe sleep again, study, out with friends, repeat. Somewhere in between sleep and repeat, it is important to find time to think green. Not saving the planet “green” (which is, still, very important) . . . we are talking about money! College, in itself, is expensive. In…Read More about College Students: Are You Thinking Green?
Are you off to college in the fall? Congratulations! Would you agree that independence, football games, fraternity/sorority parties, making new friends and being able to eat pizza every night are some of the things that come to mind? The freedom that comes with being a college freshman is undoubtedly a thrilling feeling and with freedom,…Read More about College: You’ve Been Accepted, Now What?
Born in the mid-1980’s, I am one of approximately 80 million Millennials, or Gen-Yers, living in the United States. Does this generational subset define who I am, my wants and preferences? To a certain extent . . . Yes. There is no denying that the high levels of unemployment and student loan debt coupled with…Read More about Making My Way as a Millennial: Part 1
The surprise of the engagement, the excitement, the hugs and “Congratulations” all lead to one thing. . . planning the wedding! For those of you who are in that spot right now, first of all, CONGRATULATIONS! I was in your shoes two years ago, Christmas morning, when my boyfriend popped the long-awaited question! I, like…Read More about Adventures in Wedding Planning: How to Say “I Don’t” to Stay on Budget
(PART III OF A THREE PART SERIES) What does a month-long celebration on financial literacy look like? For many, that is hard to imagine. However, for those following PFP | The Family Security Plan® Community, the picture is becoming clear. We have already reviewed the concepts of earning, borrowing, saving and spending in prior…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 3
(PART II OF A THREE PART SERIES) Are you someone focused on saving your money? Or are you someone with a burning desire to spend? These two personality types merge in today’s blog as we uncover some of the most fundamental strategies to gain financial freedom, which simply means having financial CHOICES every day of…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 2